Bad Spellers Untie

Part 2: Bad Spellers Untie

Some Things Hasn’t Change  I know, I know! It has taken me forever to write part 2 of Bad Speller Untie. I receive such good feedback, I couldn’t just abandon part 2. I did think about it, however. Nothing has changed. I still can’t spell that well. LOL!!! Somethings are just a part of life and […]

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Part 1: Bad Spellers Untie

Did I Spel Spell that Right? For all of my educational career and most of my adulthood, I was really uptight about being Dyslexic. I did everything in the world to try and hide it. Although it was impossible to hide some of the obvious signs, I tried anyway. One of my biggest Dyslexic indicators […]

Planning for College

6 Tips for Those of You Planning for College

Planning for College! It’s that time of year again! Students like you all around the USA are gearing up to start another year of school and will be planning for college. I remember it like it was yesterday. The cover picture was me when I was your age. Man how time flies! For many of you, […]

Robin Williams

Robin Williams Passing Shouldn’t be in Vain

Remembering Robin Williams, a Great Icon Like most of us, I was stunned to hear the news of beloved actor, Robin Williams untimely passing. It was a reminder to me that you never know what someone else is going through. From the outside, all looks well. However, depression is an emotion that starts on the […]

People First Language

People First Language

Don’t Forget! Use People First Language People First Language refers to the language our society uses to refer to people with disabilities. This  Language places emphasis where it should be, on the person and not the disability. People with disabilities, moreover our students with disabilities, are- first and foremost- people, who have individual abilities, likes, […]